Here’s something to ponder upon. We are all in pursuit of a dream job. It’s what gets you up in the morning. It’s your passion. It could be making a million bucks. It could be doing social good. It could be changing the world in your own way. Some of you are already living the dream, but some may spend a lifetime seeking. Here’s something to think about. BlackBerry has embarked on a mission to transform dreams into reality for Malaysians all over. And all it takes is a one-minute video.
BlackBerry Malaysia is organising ‘Empowering Ambitions’ – a competition to offer Malaysian youth an opportunity to showcase their dreams jobs, and for those who want to share their story.
Malaysians can upload a one-minute video to tell the world about their dream job and what they imagine their dream career would be like.
Catch the #BBEmpoweringAmbitions series of videos by LowyatTV, starting with rock band Kyoto Protocol (who are kick-ass by the way)
Participants stand to win some amazing prizes including a BlackBerry Q5 smartphone. The winner will also become the face of the BlackBerry Q5.
BlackBerry Malaysia will host a series of weekly webisodes at http://empoweringambitions.com.my that follows the story of five young Malaysians who are already living their dreams – Chef Sufiz (Chef), Nurita Harith (Fashion Designer), Haziq Zikri Ella (Football Athlete), Hanie Hidayah (Blogger) and Raeesa Say (Web Content Developer).
A campus tour as part of the campaign has kicked off to enable students to record their video submissions. Details as below:
7-8 October 2013: Sunway University College
9-10 October 2013: Universiti Putra Malaysia
Log on to http://empoweringambitions.com.my for details and online submissions. Submissions close on 9 OCtober 2013.
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